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Borussia Dortmund’s manager Edin Terzic acknowledged that Jadon Sancho’s future might not be with the German club, yet he predicted that the English player would reach another Champions League final in his career.

Sancho and Dortmund faced a 2-0 defeat by Real Madrid in the Champions League final at Wembley on Saturday night.

Sancho, who shone for Dortmund between 2017 and 2021, experienced a career downturn after his £73 million move to Manchester United. Following a fallout with Erik ten Hag, Sancho was sidelined and eventually loaned back to Dortmund in January, where he has since revitalized his career.

The Champions League final signaled the end of Sancho’s loan at Dortmund. The club hopes to secure him permanently, but the transfer fee required to release him from Manchester United might be beyond their financial reach.

After the match, Terzic praised Sancho, saying, “The last six months, Jadon has been brilliant for us. It took him some time to regain his form, but his quality was evident and significantly contributed to our game. He improved both himself and those around him.

“I didn’t discuss the future because we’ve been focusing on the present. I am delighted he is with us. Playing in a final in his hometown is very special for him.

“His joy is palpable in the dressing room. I am very happy to work with Jadon. We don’t know yet what the future holds, but it certainly includes another Champions League final for him.”

Reflecting on the match, Terzic highlighted Dortmund’s strong performance, despite the loss, showcasing the team’s potential and spirit. This was Dortmund’s second time being beaten Champions League finalists at Wembley in 11 years.

“After a Champions League final loss, finding the right words is tough,” the German-Croatian manager admitted. “I have a mix of emotions. I am both proud and empty.

“Analyzing the past year is difficult, but we’ve had a season full of highs and lows, many changes, and games that didn’t go our way. Today exemplifies what this team can achieve.

“There was a significant disappointment among the group and staff in the dressing room. But what’s notable is that we showed from the start that we were here to win, not just to play in a final. This brings mixed feelings.

“This was also the final game of the season. Some players will leave the team and the club.”

When asked if he had a message for Dortmund fans, Terzic responded: “A very short one, but perhaps the most important one. Thank you. Those two words.

“Nearly 100,000 Dortmund fans traveled to London, believing we would beat Real Madrid. Thank you for your belief.”

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